Middle East

Syrian Army Sends More Troops to Northern Dara’a for Anti-Terrorism Offensive

Field sources reported on Wednesday that the Syrian Army has dispatched a large number of forces and a large volume of equipment to a region among Northern Dara’a, Western Damascus and Northern Quneitra known as the Death Triangle in the last two days to intensify anti-terrorism operation.

The sources reported that the army has forwarded a large number of soldiers and military hardware, including a large number of tanks, to Jediyeh Battalion base West of the town of al-Sanamein in Dara’a province and the Death Triangle to reinvigorate the pro-government forces’ front to carry out an imminent operation against the Al-Nusra Front (Tahrir al-Sham Hay’at or the Levant Liberation Board).

Earlier reports said that the Syrian Army troops purged another key region of Al-Nusra in Southwestern Damascus and managed to extend the range of their control over a strategic terrorist-held region.

The army men stormed the remaining pocket of Al-Nusra North of Bardaya Mountains and cleaned the area of terrorists after inflicting major losses on them.

The army has significantly advanced against terrorists in the region between Beit Jinn and al-Mughur al-Mir regions in Southwestern Damascus, tightening noose on the Al-Nusra from Northeast of Beit Jinn Farm that is a strategic bastion for the terrorist group.


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